Swimming Pool Water Disinfection Equipment UV Light Sterilizer
|FOB Price:||US $2,000-3,600 / Piece|
|Min. Order:||1 Piece|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|1 Piece||US $2,000-3,600/ Piece|
|Production Capacity:||150 Units Per Month|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union|
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- Model NO.: YLC-4000
- Type: Lightwave Disinfection
- Electric Tension: 220V
- Ultra High Temperature Alarm: Ultra High Temperature Alarm
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Tube: Quartz Tube
- Water Inlet Turbidity: Less Than 1 Ntu
- Water Inlet Manganese Content: Less Than 0.05 Mg/Liter
- Lifespan of UV Lamp: 9000 to 12000 Hours
- Water Output: 1 to 500 Cubic Meter Per Hour
- Transport Package: Plywood Case Into Container
- Origin: Jiangyin, China
- Theory: UV Light Sterilization
- Certification: CE
- LCD Display: With LCD Display
- Sterilization Information Recording and Printing: Sterilization Information Recording and Printing
- UV Light: UV-C 254nm Wavelength
- Water Inlet Hardness: Less Than 120mg/Liter
- Water Inlet Iron Content: Less Than 0.3 Mg/Liter
- Cleaning Model: Hand-Cleaning, Rod Cleaning, Automatic Motor
- Control System: Control Box, PLC, Remote Control, etc
- Trademark: YLD
- Specification: refer to parameters sheet or to be customized
- HS Code: 8421219990
What is an Ultraviolet (UV) Pool Sanitizer?
Ultraviolet (UV) pool sanitizers utilize a cutting-edge, non-chemical process that uses germicidal UV light rays to sanitize water, air and surfaces that may be contaminated. Ultraviolet pool sanitizers emit a high intensity germicidal light ray that alters or disrupts the DNA or RNA of targeted organisms such as algae, bacteria, viruses, cysts and protozoa. The highly concentrated electromagnetic energy also destroys organic matter, eliminating the formation of dangerous chlorine by-products.
1.Food processing industry, including juices, milk, drinks, beer, practical oil and canned food.
3.Hospitals, various laboratory and high levels of pathogenic body water disinfection.
4.Households building, residential, office buildings, hotels, restaurants, water factories.
5.Purification and disinfection of shellfish, fish cleaning and disinfection
6.Military camp, field water supply system
7.Urban wastewater disinfection.
8.Swimming pool, other recreational water disinfection
9.Thermal power, nuclear power plant industrial, central air conditioning system cooling water.
10.Biological, chemical and pharmaceutical, cosmetics for the production of cooling water.
11.Sea water, fresh water breeding, aquaculture water
12.Agricultural water disinfection
Limitation of Use
The UV water disinfection system NOT intended for the treatment of water that has an obvious contamination or intentional source, such as raw sewage, nor is the unit intended to convert wastewater to microbiologically safe drinking water.
Water Quality (in)
Water quality plays a major role in the transmission of germicidal UV rays. It is recommended that the water does not exceed following maximum concentration levels
Effectively treating water with higher concentration levels than listed above can be accomplished, but may require added measures to improve water quality to treatable levels. If, for any reason, it is believed the UV transmission is not satisfactory, contact the factory.
UV wavelength (nm)
DOSAGE is the product of intensity & time
dosage=intensity*time=micro watt/cm2*time=microwatt-seconds per square centimeter
Facts you should know
Chloramines (residual chlorine) is the smell you get from chlorine
Chloramines is the cause of eye and skin irritation
Chloramines is the cause of composite building structure corrosion.
No microbe can immunize it's self against UV rays even those pathogens that cannot be killed by chlorination.
The adverse impact of pool chemicals, especially to children, is 5 times greater than passive smoking Product and installation costs of Ultraviolet water sterilisation reactors will depending on pool size and site location.